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Alan Cheuse

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Alan Cheuse is an American writer and critic. He graduated from Perth Amboy High School in 1957 and Rutgers University in 1961. After traveling abroad and working for several years at various writing and editing jobs, he returned to Rutgers to study for a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, which he was awarded in 1974 (having written a thesis on the life and work of the Cuban novelist Alejo Carpentier). He then taught literature at Bennington College for nearly a decade and then took various posts at The University of the South, the University of Virginia and the University of Michigan before joining the faculty at George Mason University.
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Alan Cheuse recommends
The Cleft
The Cleft (2007)
Doris Lessing
"A superb and daring work... An extraordinary vision... [A] gift from one of the great mothers of the contemporary novel."
The Novel
The Novel (2008)
Nawal El Saadawi
"Beautiful... She writes about the city and sky above it, like a woman deeply in love with the physical world. "

The Man with Two Arms (2010)
Billy Lombardo
"[A] one-of-a-kind novel... as engrossing as a perfect game going into the late innings."

The Year We Left Home (2011)
Jean Thompson
"She's a master."

Jewelweed (2013)
David Rhodes
"Reminiscent of Steinbeck, with a little touch of Michener."

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